Paris Eternal joins a DPS player Naga in a different way

Paris Eternal joins a DPS player Naga in a different way ...

Today, the French Eternal joined the DPS side with Nikolai Naga Dereli. The team is attempting to revert to their 0-2 start, ending the 2022 Overwatch League Season.

Nagas'' departure from Paris Eternal comes to an end at the organization''s 18-month term, when he was one of the teams'' most consistent members. The roster move slammed some members of the community, who expressed their support for the Danish player.

Today we dive into friendship with @NagaEz. We want to congratulate Nikolai for all of his contributions to the Eternal, and we wish him nothing but the best possible move forward pic.twitter.com/ZTdmn9BNbV

Naga explained that his removal from the Paris Eternal was unanswered, but not his choice.

The team, according to Naga, was chosen just to clarify, and they should do what they believe is best for them. During the future, I will be looking for a team who knows what I do. I''m pleased to thank them for expressing my gratitude to them. I''m looking for someone who is passionate about my profession. I''ve found several good friends on the site, and I''m grateful for them.

Naga served in the Overwatch Contenders circuit and represented Team Denmark in the 2019 Overwatch World Cup. He is now intending to strengthen another team that has had to get a DPS this season.

The start of the 2022 season for Paris Eternal hasn''t been helpful to the team. They are tied for the 11th with the New York Excelsior in the West, with a 0-2 series record and a 1-6 individual games record. The DPS initiative has signed Cameron Wub Johnson earlier this week, indicating that it will turn the season around this Sunday.